Democrat and local school board member, Ed McDonough is on trial in upstate New York for his alleged role in a voter fraud scheme that has already seen numerous colleagues implicated, of which four have already pled guilty zoo empire german for free.
One of those colleagues, Dan Brown, brother and former campaign manager for Democrat City Councilman John Brown, received immunity from prosecution in exchange for his testimony futura bold. Monday’s testimony may have revealed new depths to which the Democrats were willing to stoop in order to win elections.
Mind you, we’ve already heard prior testimony that gives insight into just who the Democrats felt were the most vulnerable members of society, those making easy targets for their voter fraud scheme herunterladen.
- They targeted immigrants who struggled with the English language and had little knowledge of the U.S. election process powerpoint to computer.
- They targeted college kids with little money, paying them for their voter registration cards.
- They targeted people living in low-income housing because there was a sense that poor people were “less likely to ask any questions” download old firefox version.
- They tricked mentally disabled individuals into signing over their absentee ballots.
Armed with a clipboard and walk sheet — showing the names, addresses, and other information about the “friendlies” — Brown headed to District 1 with Thomas Aldrich, a WFP operative notenschreibprogramm für mac kostenlos downloaden.
Among those the pair solicited to fill out absentee ballot applications were Nadine Lagace and Terrance Conway, a couple living on Third Avenue herunterladen. Brown knew they had not been intending to vote because Conway, due to a recent stroke, would have had a hard time getting to the polls.
After convincing Lagace and Conway to sign their absentee ballot applications, Brown set about filling in the excuse field for them, and without their knowledge harry potter pc game download.
Acting as a voting agent, Brown said he filled in the box indicating “illness” on the application.
Special Prosecutor Trey Smith then showed Lagace a copy of her ballot application which not only had the box for illness indicated, but also stated she would be in Vermont on the day of the primary. He asked her if she had, indeed, been in Vermont on the primary.
“I don’t know how to get to Vermont,” testified Lagace, nor, she said, did she and Conway have the ability to get there as he was undergoing chemotherapy treatments for lung cancer.
The act of having her vote stolen left Lagace scarred, claiming she’ll never vote again.
Remember, this was a targeted voter fraud scheme that one Democrat claimed was “commonplace” over multiple decades, “a normal political tactic”, and “an accepted way of winning elections”.
Stroke victim or cancer patients be damned.